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Trends General Contractor Should Consider for 2022 – including tips for managing subcontractors.

December 16, 2021 :00 AM - 11:00 AM PT

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Tips for handling subcontractors better in 2022.

Hear from experts how you can better manage your subcontracts — and more.


Join Armanino’s construction experts to learn the latest trends presenting challenges and opportunities to general contractors in the upcoming year. We'll discuss contract language, compliance and controls, including owner contract requirements, change orders, labor and equipment rental rates, pay applications and tips for managing subcontractors.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss basic general contractor and owner contract requirements
  • Explain the requirements and expectations of change orders
  • Explore labor rate and equipment rental rate challenges
  • Break down advice and recommendations for pay applications

Speakers

  • Henry Woods, Manager, Risk Assurance & Advisory, Armanino
  • Ron Steinkamp, Partner, Risk Assurance & Advisory, Armanino
  • Bob Hardy, Director, Risk Assurance & Advisory, Armanino
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